Mushroom Scrabble Tile Art

June 21st, 2014 - by blackmageheart

I’ve seen things done with Scrabble tiles before, mostly names and words (obviously – it is Scrabble!) ¬†but this one by TileFrame is pretty good!

The coloured tiles are great for this kind of art. If you look closely, you’ll see Mario-related words hidden in the mushroom!

Via: Etsy


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Perler Bowser’s Castle

June 18th, 2014 - by Starrley

funkymonkey has created yet another awesome Perler bead project; this time, Bowser’s Castle. It looks fantastic framed.

via[TheSpriteStitchForum]

Epic Pokemon Pattern Generation II

June 17th, 2014 - by blackmageheart

Here at Sprite Stitch we do love our epic patterns, and we have quite a few now! It’s always super exciting when somebody actually finishes one – just like this!

This is, as the post title suggests, the Epic Pokemon Pattern Generation II – another of Servotron’s patterns – and it was stitched by forum member icedragonj. She will be getting it framed soon, and I’m sure it will be displayed with pride!

Via: Sprite Stitch Forums

Navi the Fairy

June 14th, 2014 - by blackmageheart

Navi, while being the most annoying fairy ever in Zelda history, is also a very popular character. And by popular I mean she’s been the butt of numerous jokes for a long time now. But that never stops the artists and crafters from portraying her in new ways, such as this lovely stitching by¬†venea1391 on deviantART.

Inspired by the digital artwork by hextupleyoodot, this 13-colour stitching is really striking! venea also added Navi’s well-known phrases around her. Definitely the nicest Navi stitch I’ve seen for a long time!

Via: deviantART


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Key Chain Chomp

June 13th, 2014 - by blackmageheart

Sometimes, the simplest ideas are the best ones. Like this Chain Chomp crocheted key cover by Pops de Milk!

If you crochet, or know someone that does, there’s a nice tutorial on how to make your own at Pops’ website!

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3D Paper Dioramas of Classic Videogames

June 10th, 2014 - by blackmageheart

Dioramas are great, great things. Tiny versions of awesome stuff. And videogame dioramas are the best! Wuppes, from Luxembourg, makes fantastic ones, just with paper!

They all have a real sense of depth and everything really pops out at you. The cardmakers and papercrafters among you will know how this is done, and it’s a really effective technique! Wuppes has made a whole range of different games from various genres and systems, definitely worth a look!

Via: Tumblr

Link and Zelda amigurumi

June 9th, 2014 - by Starrley

Everything that LunasCrafts makes is amazing. Her latest amigurumi is no exception. Check out her Deviant Art page and her Etsy store. (I’ve purchased some of her amigurumi Star Wars patterns in the past!)

via[DeviantArt]


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